GSK Is Getting Ready For A Return To The ’90s
Though it has left behind the “industrialized” R&D approaches from the 1990s, Glaxo thinks its R&D revolution has produced strong growth that will get it back into major markets and maintain an output of three to five significant drug approvals per year. With that progress in sight, the firm is ready to transform its manufacturing and commercial model in the same way it recreated R&D.
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